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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low/ Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit High/ Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction

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DTC P0037 Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2)

DTC P0038 Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 2)

DTC P0057 Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 2 Sensor 2)

DTC P0058 Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 2)

DTC P0141 Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 2)

DTC P0161 Oxygen Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 Sensor 2)

HINT: Sensor 2 refers to the sensor mounted behind the Three-Way Catalytic Converter (TWC) and located furthest from the engine assembly.

DESCRIPTION

Refer to DTC P0136.

HINT: When any of these DTCs are set, the ECM enters fail-safe mode. The ECM turns off the Heated Oxygen (HO2) sensor heater in fail-safe mode. Fail-safe mode continues until the ignition switch is turned off.

DESCRIPTION

DTC No.

DTC Detection Condition

Trouble Area

P0037
P0057
Heated Oxygen (HO2) sensor heater current is less than 0.3 A (1 trip detection logic)
  • Open in HO2 sensor heater circuit
  •  HO2 sensor heater
  • EFI relay
  • ECM
P0038
P0058
Heated Oxygen (HO2) sensor heater current is more than 2 A (1 trip detection logic)
  • Open in HO2 sensor heater circuit
  •  HO2 sensor heater
  •  EFI relay
  •  ECM
P0141
P0161
Cumulative heater resistance correction value exceeds the acceptable threshold (2 trip detection logic)
  • HO2 sensor
  •  ECM

HINT:

MONITOR DESCRIPTION

The sensing position of the Heated Oxygen (HO2) sensor has a zirconia element which is used to detect the oxygen concentration in the exhaust gas. If the zirconia element is at the appropriate temperature, and the difference between the oxygen concentrations surrounding the inside and outside surfaces of the sensor is large, the zirconia element generates voltage signals. In order to increase the oxygen concentration detecting capacity of the zirconia element, the ECM supplements the heat from the exhaust with heat from a heating element inside the sensor.

Heated oxygen sensor heater range check (P0037, P0038, P0057 and P0058): The ECM monitors the current applied to the O2 sensor heater to check the heater for malfunctions. If the current is below the threshold value, the ECM will determine that there is an open circuit in the heater. If the current is above the threshold value, the ECM will determine that there is a short circuit in the heater.

Example: The ECM sets DTC P0038 or P0058 when the current in the HO2 sensor heater is more than 2 A.

Conversely, when the heater current is less than 0.3 A, DTC P0037 or P0057 is set.

Heated oxygen sensor heater performance (P0141 and P0161): After the accumulated heater ON time exceeds 100 seconds, the ECM calculates the heater resistance using the battery voltage and the current applied to the heater. If the resistance is above the threshold value, the ECM will determine that there is a malfunction in the HO2S heater and set DTC P0141 and P0161.

MONITOR STRATEGY

MONITOR STRATEGY

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

All:

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0037 and P0057:

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0038 and P0058 Case 1:

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0038 and P0058 Case 2:

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

P0141 and P0161:

TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0037 and P0057:

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0038 and P0058:

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

P0141 and P0161 (Heater performance monitor check):

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

MONITOR RESULT

Refer to CHECKING MONITOR STATUS.

WIRING DIAGRAM

Refer to DTC P0136.

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

HINT:

1 INSPECT HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR (HEATER RESISTANCE)

 INSPECT HEATED OXYGEN SENSOR (HEATER RESISTANCE)

  1. Disconnect the H14 heated oxygen (HO2) sensor connector (Bank 1 Sensor 2) or H9 heated oxygen sensor connector (Bank 2 Sensor 2).
  2.  Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard resistance: Bank 1

Standard resistance

Bank 2

Standard resistance

  1. Reconnect the HO2 sensor connectors.

2 CHECK TERMINAL VOLTAGE (+B OF SENSOR)

CHECK TERMINAL VOLTAGE (+B OF SENSOR)

  1. Disconnect the H14 or H9 HO2 sensor connector.
  2.  Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  3.  Measure the voltage according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard voltage

Standard voltage

  1. Reconnect the HO2 sensor connector

3 INSPECT FUSE (EFI NO. 2 FUSE)

 INSPECT FUSE (EFI NO. 2 FUSE)

  1. Remove the EFI No. 2 fuse from the engine room junction block.
  2. Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

    Standard resistance: Below 1 Ω

  3.  Reinstall the EFI No. 2 fuse

4 INSPECT RELAY (EFI RELAY)

INSPECT RELAY (EFI RELAY)

  1. Remove the EFI relay from the engine room junction block.
  2.  Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard resistance

Standard resistance

  1. Reinstall the EFI relay.

REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR (HO2 SENSOR - EFI RELAY)

5 CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (HO2 SENSOR - ECM)

CHECK HARNESS AND CONNECTOR (HO2 SENSOR - ECM)

  1. Disconnect the H14 or H9 HO2 sensor connector.
  2.  Disconnect the E9 and E10 ECM connectors.
  3.  Measure the resistance according to the value(s) in the table below.

Standard resistance: Check for open

Standard resistance

Check for short

Standard resistance

  1. Reconnect the ECM connectors.
  2. Reconnect the HO2 sensor connectors.

6 CHECK WHETHER DTC OUTPUT RECURS

  1. Connect the intelligent tester to the DLC3.
  2.  Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  3.  Turn the intelligent tester ON.
  4.  Clear the DTCs.
  5.  Start the engine.
  6.  Allow the engine to idle for 1 minute or more.
  7.  Select the following menu items: DIAGNOSIS / ENHANCED OBD II / DTC INFO / CURRENT CODES.
  8.  Read the DTCs.

Result

Result

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